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Favorite books

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     i read alot of warhammer 40k books

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    Too many to list them all, but I’ll start with a few authors off the top of my head. And please excuse any misspellings

    V.C. Andrews, R.L. Stine, Kahald Rahad, Cornelia Funke, and Tamora Pierce.

    Excuse the short list. My brain has died today.

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    Check out Homeland by R.A. Salvatore. This book and the following two in The Dark Elf Trilogy, involve the impact of the worshiping the Spider Queen on the Dark Elves of Menzoberranzan. Very cool stuff that shows how this race of Elves worship, serve and sacrifice to the Spider Queen.


    –Gmork (MP, CA, WC, TG, MoGC, AAGC, PWTG, TBG)

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    …of the FDO’s work, of course, with Ancestor still being my fav.

    Outside of the FDO’s work, I really love all of the novels by R.A. Salvatore involving his most well known character, Drizzt Do’Urden. Set in the Forgotten Realms world, it follows the Dark Elf through intricately crafted adventures and is fantasy writing at it’s best. Salvatore does an amazing job with fight scenes but also follows the moral conflicts within the main character quite adroitly.

    I started with The Icewind Dale Trilogy (containing The Crystal Shard, Streams of Silver, and The Halfling’s Gem) and then moved to The Dark Elf Trilogy (containing Homeland, Exile, and Sojourn) which is a pre-history.  There are a bunch of books in the series but these first 6 have a special place in my heart.


    –Gmork (MP, CA, WC, TG, MoGC, AAGC, PWTG, TBG)

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    My copy was on back order FOREVER!!!!! I finally got it and then had to wait for my husband to finish it.  I loved it.  My husband’s only comment was he didn’t think I’d like this one as it had a lot of military stuff in it.  What can’t girls think tactics, guns, blowing Shit up.  I mean really, I think we’re a lot more blood thirsty and demented when we have to be.  Look at what Margo became by the end. 

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    Besides all of the FDO’s stuff, my recent favorites are:

    The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer (Though the fourth was horrible)

    20,000 Leagues under the sea by.. Jules Verne, was it?

    The Resident Evil novelization series by S.D. Perry

    Bag of Bones by Stephen King 

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    when the current novel’s finished, you’re getting a special treat. 

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    I read everything I can find by:

    Dan Simmons

    Steven Pressfield

    Tim Powers

    The pus is always greener…

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    But previous to his work, because I would never admit to reading anything else NOW, Girlco does have my home and computer bugged.



    Arthur C. Clarke

    Frank Beddor (the looking glass wars)

    some kid name JTManis (love ya man)

    Mur Lafferty


    T.C. Boyle

    JK Rowling (yeah I know, but I enjoyed it anyway)

    James Patterson

    Robert Heinlein 



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    since i reiceived an ipod one year three months ago and within the first week found i tunes then podio books , i aint read shit. i just cannt do it no more, ive tried, i brought infected  and contagious but when i try and read it the FDO just steps in to my mind and i hear his comanding voice taking over in my head reading , i need the FDOs dulset tones bring everything alive (just before slaughtering it). ive down loaded greg crites but need the fine vocal talents to make the experience richer, ive ordered personal effect dark arts but will it be the same without hutcinnnnns reading the dam thing, hell idont know. will I every read another book again?  no ill just lister to ancester again and crap myself and hide under the bed

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    He’s about 180 degrees away from Sigler.

    No gore, no bad language, not much violence. Still, good adventure stories.     



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    Farie Porno…(AKA, Laural K. Hamilton’s A Lick of Frost and the other books in that series)

    I also read the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter books and the Dragon Riders of Pern

    (Oh, and just an FYI, If you French kiss a vampire, you risk lip and tongue injury)

    Yes, I’m a hick, whats your point?

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  • He alone can not provide enough material for me.
  • So, my reding is of many authors, including(in no particular order):
  • F Paul Wilson
  • John Ringo
  • Jack Campbell
  • David Weber
  • Many more
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No one on this site reads anyone but the FDO!!!!!!!! Smoochies!

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My favorite book series is War of the Spider Queen. Its about a race of people who like to betray one another so that they can get ultimate power.

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What books/authors/series do you read besides the FDO?

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